Asia, a region known for some of the world’s most innovative technology companies and tech-savvy populations, has been surprisingly slow to adopt legal technology. But several Asian legal markets — Singapore, India, Japan and even Mongolia — started to make headway in 2019.

Last June, Singapore, the legaltech hub of Asialaunched the region’s first major legaltech-focused startup accelerator. Called Global Legal Innovation and Digital Entrepreneurship (GLIDE), the accelerator is the latest effort by the Future Law Innovation Programme (FLIP), a pilot program created in 2018 by the Singapore Academy of Law, a government body, to promote legaltech.  

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